19 Sep 2019
Pensioners and retirees of the Nigeria Airways have commended President Muhammadu Buhari for fulfilling his promise to ensure they get their entitlement.
10 Feb 2019
Development Economist, and former Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in charge of Economic Policy, Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, is opposed to the Federal Government’s plan to privatise the Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited located in Kogi State. Mailafia, a career banker and international development specialist with over 25 years told Assistant Business Editor MATHIAS OKWE…
19 Nov 2018
I have been reading articles from different sources revolving around having a functional National Air Carrier with keen interest. A most recent one was why the new National Air Carrier was suspended indefinitely by the Federal Government.
25 May 2018
Stakeholders in the air travel sector have advised the Federal Government (FG) to ensure that the Nigerian public own between 25 to 40 per cent equity of the new national carrier.
16 May 2018
Finance Minister, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun,has again given the assurances that the Federal Government would settle all inherited debts and contractual obligations owed local contractors between 2006 and 2015. Adeosun made this known yesterday while appearing before the Ad-Hoc Committee of the Senate on "Promissory Note Programme and Bond Issuance". in Abuja. The Committee is chaired…
8 Oct 2017
Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Pensioners, Nigerian Airways Branch, Sam Nzene...
4 Jul 2017
“In the good old days the country worked. Our universities were world class. Our hospitals were the best. We could fly Nigerian Airways to London for cheap. We had jobs waiting for us right after graduation.”
25 Oct 2016
Nigeria should seek to be included in the Guinness Book of Records as the only country that has defeated all kinds of communications – telephone, radio wave communications, GSM.
6 Jun 2016
Federal Government’s plan to privatise some airports in the country has been greeted with mixed feelings among concerned stakeholders.While some industry watchers commended the bold step...